Notes From the President

Ken Hilton - President Red Wing Software

Every day, we all make important decisions that affect how our business will operate, and those decisions determine the path we want the business to follow. The same holds true for our local, state, and national elections. You can determine your community, region, and country’s direction by exercising your right and responsibility to vote. (I exercised my right early as I will not be in the area on election day.)
These decisions can be difficult because of all the confusing messages we hear, but we need to sift through the noise and try to get to the facts. (I wish there were a way to turn off the election noise for people that have already voted.) We must look past the bumper sticker messages and look at the underlying philosophy of the candidates. What direction do they want to take the community, country, and world? We need to ignore the pundits that try to tell us what a candidate means from their perspective. After an interview, speech, or debate, one way to do this is to change the channel to something non-political and decide for yourself whether the candidate is the kind of leader you would like to see guiding their respective geographic area.
Remember, whether your candidate wins their race, or the opposition comes out victorious, know that you will get another chance to vote in two more years. However things turn out, there is no better place in the world to call home.
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